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Standings for Division 1
PW+/-BPPts
1Stourport 1181824290449-C
2Barnt Green 1181511090382
3Hereford18149990371
4Redditch 11811-290311
5Boughton Park 1188-4075263
6Stourport 2186-5690261
7Stourbridge 1189-4875*252
8Manor Park 1184-8290233
9Droitwich 1182-11590210-R
10Malvern Active 1182-12390199-R
Standings for Division 2
PW+/-BPPts
1Barnt Green 2161416580369-C
2Evesham 1161514680365-P
3Droitwich 21693775291
4Nunnery Wood167-480261
5Redditch 2168280260
6Stourbridge 21610-1465*240
7Droitwich 3163-9780194
8Manor Park 2163-14675*152-R
9Malvern Active 2163-14970*138-R
Standings for Division 3
PW+/-BPPts
1Pershore 116138680339-C
2Redditch 316139080337-P
3Boughton Park 216135880323
4Stourport 316104680294
5Stourbridge 31681775269
6Redditch 4166-1280258
7Barnt Green 3166-3280240
8Pershore 2162-11075169
9Evesham 2161-15875*134
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Gain Experience Volunteering at an International Sporting Event!

Saturday, August 11, 2018 - Posted by Spence

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            The Extra Mile Development Programme

 

University of Birmingham Sport & Fitness

Volunteering at University of Birmingham Sport

   
     
                                               

Gain Experience Volunteering at an International Sporting Event!

We have an exciting opportunity coming up in September, where you will have the chance to volunteer at the World University Squash Championships. The competition will take place at the University of Birmingham, in Sport and Fitness from 2 - 13 September, 2018.
             
Squash has been on the World University Championships sports programme since 1996, and it is a very popular sport among      university students. 
             
Although not essential, as it is an international event, we are also looking for bilingual volunteers, so please get in touch and specify which languages you speak! 
             
              Example roles:
              - Transport
              - Attaché
              - Court Attendant
              - Security 
              - PR and Social Media
              - Streaming and Event Presentation
              - Information Desk
             
              For more information please email p.a.heighway@bham.ac.uk

             
     
     
                                               

University of Birmingham      Sport & Fitness, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TT 

     
     




Roy Bradley

Friday, June 29, 2018

Roy, who was a very well-known and highly respected member of Stourbridge, joined the Club some 40 years ago. Roy joined to play tennis and with his strong left arm and fast movement proved a very difficult player to beat in the tennis singles leagues and club tournament. Roy then turned to squash which became his foremost sport and in which he excelled.

Roy played for Stourbridge for many years and ultimately, winning the National Veterans Singles Championship in his sixties. Later, Roy developed into a keen racketball player and regularly used the gym to enhance his mobility and strength.


Sadly, whilst playing a racketball match on Monday last Roy collapsed on court. Roy was immediately and quickly treated by qualified staff, Jon Hope and Darren Bradbury, to whom huge thanks must go. Paramedics soon arrived, and Roy was taken to New Cross Hospital for further treatment. Very sadly, Roy did not recover and died at the hospital on Thursday evening last, 21st June. 

Our deepest condolences go to Roy’s wife, his immediate family, other relatives and friends on this saddest of all occasions. 

A service will be held at St. Marys Church, Oldswinford on Monday 9th July 2018 at 3:15pm then at Stourbridge Tennis Club afterwards.
No flowers by request, any donations please will go to the Starlight & Chris Westwood Charity for Children, Via Wombourne Funeral Services ot the Charity box at Stourbridge Club.



Stourbridge Open 2018 16th March–18th March

Monday, December 18, 2017 - Posted by Spence

~~~~~ Stourbridge Open 2018 ~~~~~

Get this one in your diary folks as it's going to be a big weekend. In conjunction with St Paddys day and the Six Nations we have a weekend jam packed of sports and Saturday night entertainment from the 16th until the 18th March

~~~~~ The Squash ~~~~~

A grade will be run as a PSA Closed Sat running from Friday 16th - Sunday 18th. Prize money will be announced at a later date.

B, C and D grades with run Saturday 17th - Sunday 18th.

A, B and C are limited to 32 players, and D limited to 16 players. 

There will be plate events in each category.

~~~~~ St Paddy's Day ~~~~~

As it is Paddy's weekend we couldn't miss the opportunity to celebrate. Drinks offers will be running all weekend, with entertainment on the Saturday evening. Those who fancy it can venture off into town and really digest the wonderful Stourbridge nightlife.

Food will be served throughout the Friday evening and all day Saturday. 

~~~~~ 6 Nations ~~~~~ 

Saturday is also 6 Nations Finals Day! A day of Rugby alongside Squash is what dreams are made of, so if you're looking for a change from the squash, then pop up to the bar, grab a Guiness and Swing Lowwwwww.

~~~~~ Entries ~~~~~

Entries will be made through csquash.org when we have the event up and running. Entry fee will be around £20, including a tournament t shirt. We are currently working with the entertainment to see whether there will be a slight cost or if it can be subsidised, so hold tight!

~~~~~ Accommodation ~~~~~

Stourbridge now boasts a new Premier Inn. Unfortunately local lad Lenny Henry doesn't work there, but I'm going to have a word and see if there is a block booking we can do depending on interest. Otherwise there are plenty of other local gems dotted about.

~~~~~ More to come ~~~~~

More info to come. Any questions feel free to email me at SLTSC2018open@wsraonline.co.uk

Thanks

Jake Eden



WSRA County Closed 2018

Friday, December 15, 2017

Entry form for the event can be downloaded here

This event will be held at Stourbridge Lawn Tennis and Squash Club, Sugar Loaf Lane, Iverley, Stourbridge, DY7 6PS
On Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st January 2018

Closing date for entry is Friday 12th January 2018



WORCESTERSHIRE RACKETBALL CLOSED 2017

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Stourbridge was the venue for the 2017 Worcestershire Racketball closed on Saturday 21st October. Competitors arrived from the length and breadth of the county to do battle in this one day event which guaranteed lots of competitive play. Players represented Boughton Park, Barnt Green, Energie Fitness Redditch, Redditch Rugby, Stourport and Stourbridge as well as clubs from outside the county such as Bridgnorth and Ardencote in this friendly and social day of Racketball. 

Mens Open

With the Ladies section decimated by injury it was down to the Men to lead the way in main event. There were some competitive early round quarter and semi final matches throughout the morning leaving just two standing for the late afternoon finale. This event has been played for since 2009 and has historically never been won by the same player more than once. That was all about to change as both Jason Russell and Matt Pugh were both previous winners. The final was keenly contested but in the end it was the fitter Russell who wore his opponent down to take the crown.

Mens o40

This was another keenly contested event. Jason Russell was hoping to make it two wins on the day and reached the final with ease but his opponent would be the unseeded John Cartwright who had steadily made progress through the early rounds and pulled off a surprise in the semi. The final was tough and well supported but Russell was just too steady and came away with a 3-0 win but Cartwright will be happy with his performance on the day.

Men o50

This was a hotly contested league based tournament with each player having to battle it out 4 times over the day to secure victory. Last year’s Champion Spencer Cooper looked favourite and confident in the early encounters but in the early afternoon game he lost in straight sets to Bob Prew which left Andrew Smith in Pole Position going into their final game. In a seesaw encounter Cooper took it in the final set but Smith managed to secure a single set and that was all that he needed to head the group by a single point and become County Champion.

Men o60

New boy into the category Ian Hughes was too strong for his opponents in this one sided event. Comfortably winning his early round matches against David Allsop and Bernard O’Hara he would have more of a battle on his hands against the inform challenger and former o60 Champ Chris Hawken in the final. Hawken was clearly in form and had made steady progress through the event but despite fighting hard Hughes ran out 3-0.

Ladies o50

This was another keenly contested and sociable league based event that came down to the final game of the afternoon. A new Champion being crowned as Dee Cooper headed on to the scroll of honour beating previous Champion Val Molyneux 3-0.

SCROLL OF HONOUR 2017
MEN OPEN – Champion   Jason RUSSELL (Stourbridge)        Finalist     Matt PUGH  (Ardencote)
MEN o40 – Champion     Jason RUSSELL  (Stourbridge)     Finalist     John CARTWRIGHT  (Barnt Green)
MEN o50 – Champion     Andrew SMITH  (Stourbridge)     Finalist     Spencer Cooper  (Boughton Park)
MEN o60 – Champion     Ian HUGHES  (Stourbridge)     Finalist     Chris HAWKEN  (Boughton Park)
LADIES o50 – Champion     Dee COOPER  (Stourbridge)     Finalist     Val MOLYNEUX  (Stourbridge)




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